The Qatar 2022 World Cup has only just begun, the first day has not yet finished in all groups, but the list of injured who have to leave the tournament does not stop, the last being the Danish Thomas Delaney, Sevilla midfielder .
The Danish midfielder had to retire in the game against Tunisia shortly before the break with a problem in his right knee after a bad movement in a fight for the ball.
After the corresponding studies, the Danish medical services estimated a sick leave period of about four weeks, so he no longer had the option of joining Kasper Hjulmand’s team again.
Delaney started the match against Tunisia, which ended in a goalless draw. For Denmark will come the most difficult group match against France on November 26 and then close their participation in the group stage against Australia, who fell 4-1 in their debut against the current world champions.
His loss joins those already produced in Qatar 2022 by the French Karim Benzema and Lucas Hernandez, the Spanish José Gayá, the Saudi Yasser al Shahrani and the Iranian Alireza Beiranvand.
A broken jaw took a player out of Saudi Arabia
Saudi defender Yasser al Shahrani will miss the rest of the World Cup after suffering a broken jaw in the clash he had with his goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais in the early stages of the match against Argentina, in which they signed a feat by winning 1-2.
By order of the Saudi crown prince and strong man of the country Mohamed Bil Salman, Al SHahrani was transferred by private jet to a clinic in Germany to heal the injury after having undergone emergency surgery for internal bleeding.
Treated on the grass for several minutes, the player was eventually evacuated on a stretcher and taken to a hospital.
Saudi Arabia finally confirmed that he will not be able to return to the team’s concentration.
In a message, the 30-year-old footballer wanted to reassure the fans: “I want to reassure you about my state of health, I’m better. Don’t forget me in his prayers. Congratulations for the victory. Thank you”.
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